Our latest Pixels of Fury live design showdown was one of the most exciting — and intense — events to date. Six designers gathered at San Francisco’s Mezzanine during HOW Design Live and SF Design Week to tackle the challenge of creating original work from Shutterstock assets in front a live crowd. That they had only 20 minutes per round to do it in and that the crowd was gleefully plied with libations, adrenaline, and tacos only served to up the energy level that much more.

In the end, it was Butchershop Creative’s Trevor Hubbard who came out on top, but not before we saw some of the strangest, most compelling, entries in the history of the competition. Read on to view all the posters created during the event, and to check out a gallery of photos encompassing all the revelry, complete with a Bosco photobooth, Viewfinder napkins for quality doodling, and plenty of music, refreshments, and good company.

Click on any poster thumbnail to view larger. Learn more about all the contestants here.

Pixels of Fury champion Trevor Hubbard poses with his Furious Pixel trophy.

The Shutterstock team gets ready for the big event.

Host Jason Medal-Katz. Photo by May Suen, courtesy of Visual Media Alliance and Process Magazine

PoF Contestant Natalie O’Connor. Photo by May Suen.

The Fury commences! Photo by May Suen.

With our Viewfinder napkins, everyone had a chance to create their own art.

The view from above. Photo by May Suen.

For even more photos from the event, check out the galleries here and here, and stay tuned for info on the next Pixels of Fury competition!